Mission and Vision

Vision: Our desire to help widows of Vrindavan to give them a life full of pride and honour comes under our mission and vision | Vrindavan.

Mission statement:

To contribute towards the improvement in the quality of living standard of the widows of Vrindavan.

  • A woman plays various roles in her lifetime. Although she can be a mother, a daughter, a sister, or a wife, she never gets much-deserving equal treatment in society.
  • Today women participate in all areas like education, politics, science, and technology, and many more.
  • It is very critical to know that Violence against Widows of Vrindavan in India is on the rise.
  • Despite the incredible social changes achieved by the country, the girl child has to remain brave and vigilant to overcome sexual defilement.
  • A recent study by the India’s’ Ministry of National Crime Record Bureau concluded that a woman is molested every 26 minutes and raped in every 34 in India. The report further showed that a woman is kidnapped every 43 minutes in Indian.
  • There are some 33 million widows in India.
  • Widows comprise 9-11% of the population in India.
  • Every 4th household in India has a widow.
  • 50% of the widows in India are over 50 years of age. Many are married and became widows while they were still young girls. Still, people blame many widows for their husband’s death.
  • Society exploits widows physically and mentally as well.
  • Widows of Vrindavan are victims of discriminatory practices and prejudices.
  • They become the property of in-laws.
  • They are victims of sexual violence.
  • A report by the United Nations Population Fund found the number of people over 60 years in India will increase from around 100 million today (approx.) to more than 324 million by 2050.

National commission report

  • People act from the heart, not the head.
  • Giving is a personal act.
  • The act of giving is immediate.
  • Seeing campaigns that need support can trigger an emotional response, especially if the donor feels attached to the recipients of a particular campaign.
  • Donors are more likely to give if they know exactly where their money is going and how much of it will get passed along to the cause.
  • When time is running out, individuals feel more pressure to give.
  • Campaigns that have clear and straightforward goals are easier to understand and support.
  • When it comes to giving, some people believe in following their family footsteps especially when they are born in families supporting charitable activities.
  • Making contribution becomes easy when you know in advance that you will be able to reach your goal. Also, it eliminates the uncertainty.
  • when people see their friends involved in something, they are compelled to be a part of that.
  • A contribution from one person may lead others to come forward and contribute.